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Burgers, Discipline and Wildly Important Goals

I’ve had the opportunity to eat at In-N-Out Burger a couple of times in the last month or so.  We don’t have an In-N-Out here in Kansas City, so it’s a treat when I happen to be traveling somewhere that does have one.  I mentioned this to someone the other day and they had the […]

How to Increase The Probability of Desired Outcomes…

Even with 75% of the Major League Baseball season still remaining to be played, the probability of the desired outcome (October playoff baseball) for Royals fans is not looking good.   One website currently has their probability percentage of winning their division at 0.3%.   At least they haven’t completely ruled them out! In business, the probabilities […]

Why Should You Focus on Profit?

It has been said, you get what you focus on.   Focus your mind and your efforts towards the things you want and you’re more likely to get them.  This is true in careers, sports, having healthy family relationships, and mastering a new skill or hobby. And in business, it must include focusing on profits. A […]

Do You Treat Your Business Like the Average Gym Membership?

I ran across an interesting article on gym memberships.  According to this report 80% of those who join don’t make it past the 5th month.  So an individual may have neglected their body for years, but 5 months (or less) is the allotted time they committed to getting into better shape before throwing in the […]

What Christmas Carol does Your Business Sing?

This past week “The Voice” crowned its latest winner, 22 year old Jordan Smith. His final performance was the powerful Christmas song “Mary Did You Know” and he nailed it. The recording became the number #1 download on I-Tunes overnight. It held that spot for several days and continues to be near the top as […]

3 Steps to breaking the cycle of being Stuck

Have you ever been stuck in your business? On the road but not going anywhere? There’s a trap out there for business owners and professionals that many of us will fall into at some point or another. It’s a sneaky sort of trap because it starts when things are going well – you’re busy, you’re […]